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Beginning Spinning

Our beginning class covers all the basics to get you started. Learn about different types of wools and their uses for different styles of yarn, the process of washing raw wool, how to prepare worst…

Learn to Weave on a Rigid Heddle

Want to learn a very simple, portable technique for creating plain weave projects? This class has been designed for you. The class will cover fundamental information including warp calculations and…

Warp and Weave

Already taken a basic weaving class, but having problems when it comes time to warp the loom? Warping the loom is not as difficult as it sometimes seems, and we’ll let you in on our secrets a…

Saori Weaving

An introduction to SAORI weaving. Experience no rules weaving focusing on natural creativity. Students will be introduced to the philosophy of freestyle and basic weaving techniques before being se…

Painting with Pixels An Intro into Bead Weaving

Turn your vision into an applied art form. Merging the basics of traditional weaving, modern digital art and beading all into one project students will learn how to take a simple image and turn it…

Zanshi and Sakiori

Sakiori and Zanshi fabrics have their roots in recycling Japanese fabrics. Sakiori uses very narrow strips of fabric much like a rag rug, but with a drape that makes it suitable for clothing. Zansh…

Viking Knitting

Viking knitting is an ancient wire technique that creates a tubular structure. Once woven, these tubes can be turned into necklaces, bracelets and more. Students will learn Viking knitting fundamen…

Summer and Winter

Summer & Winter is a weave structure often associated with coverlets. Weavers are attracted to its unique threading system that creates bold geometric patterns with short surface floats. These shor…

Ojo de Dios

These are not the simple God’s Eye weavings from summer camp! “Ojo de Dios”, or yarn mandalas, are enjoying an artistic resurgence. Originally a Mexican folk art, these w…

Scottish Tweeds and District Checks

Tweed cloth has been woven in Scotland for centuries, using natural sheep colors and local plant dyes that imitate the colors of the heather hills. The earliest simple patterned cloth was the Shep…

Artful Jacket

Spend two inspiring days fitting and creating your own Tabula Rasa Jacket from Fit for Art Patterns. We’ll get right to work with a personalized fitting using the Tabula Rasa Jacket mock-ups t…